Occupational health services: A supportive business case

Some organizations may have doubts about the value of occupational health services, but the numbers don’t lie

Occupational health services (OH service) must justify their position within, and the value offered to, the workplace. Developing a business plan, working it, and then, measuring and reporting on the service’s performance, are critical. Unfortunately, this approach is often overlooked and the resulting lack of performance measurements hampers OH services from demonstrating their value to their organizations. Consequently, senior management teams may sometims question the value of an OH service and its personnel.

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